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Vitamin A and D Rain Rot....clever horse knows its coming?

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    11-26-2013, 02:21 PM
It's been going on for quite a while. When I first put the link up, it worked fine. Today it didn't but when I didn't even try to link, I just put the Jeffers address up, it turned into a working link. Many times posters have put up links to a horse or a piece of tack and it takes you back to the Horse Forum home page or just says that it can't find the address when you click, but if you copy and paste to your browser it will take you right to where you needed to go.
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    11-26-2013, 03:51 PM
Green Broke
Well, of course I was just at ATT and ran into my vet, so he is going to get me some!! Now that the links were put back to work while I was gone!! He said he was carrying it at the clinic, but some cow people were getting bad reactions in the cattle, so he quit keeping it on hand.

Thanks fo redoing the link, I appreciate it! Glad I am not the only one was giving me a complex.....

    11-26-2013, 06:00 PM
At first I put it down to my firewall, I use Kaspersky for security and it's pretty tough on what it filters. I thought for some reason it had taken a dislike to links until I figured out it was only on this site.
    11-26-2013, 06:42 PM
Green Broke
The cattle people were probably injecting it. For horses it's an oral dose.
    11-26-2013, 06:43 PM
Green Broke
Nope the links aren't working. Haven't been for some time.
    11-26-2013, 06:54 PM

It is not a conspiracy to block any sites

I will report it to the Tech Side of HF

The links worked while I was on another computer and they work now that I am home....

Anyways, hopefully the Tech Dept. Can find out what is up

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    11-26-2013, 11:51 PM
No conspiracy theories here! Usually when something doesn't work, it's my computer being a priss. Looks like this time I may have blame my 'puter unfairly. HMMMM, how do you apologize to a computer? With a dog, you can give them a cookie, a horse a carrot but computers don't eat.......LOL!

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